Quote to note

"I love the National League game over the American League game, with the only exception being when you have a pitcher in the game that's pitching well and you're behind or tied late in the game, that you have to remove him. It may have nothing to do at all with performance or pitch count or anything else. That was the beauty of being in the American League for six years in Seattle, is that I never had to make that walk down the bench and tell a guy that's [pitching in a] 2-1 [game] in the eighth that we're going to hit for them."
-- Price, on managing an NL team

Alec Shirkey is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.